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Older Home Heating Advice

August 15, 2017

If you live in an older house, parts of your home likely perpetually overheat while others stay chronically cold. To get it just right, you have to look at the heating system and the building envelope (or the boundary between the conditioned and unconditioned air) at the same time. Comfort is a measure of home performance.

In older homes, it helps to first control heat loss and improve comfort by reducing air leakage and increasing insulation, then tackle a heating system upgrade, like a high-efficiency Carrier furnace or a mini split heat pump system. The right sized equipment will save you money on home heating and cooling.

Find out more about the importance of a properly sized heating system for your Nebraska home by calling AEA today.

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